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Non-striking miners must be protected and allowed to work
Luphert Chilwane -
Having observed closely the latest industrial action in and around the platinum belts in Rustenburg, North West, one could easily justify the reasons why most workers are starting to panic as this prolonged strike could result in massive job losses.
Where are DA’s whites?
Pinky Khoabane -
A simple question on social media Twitter on the whereabouts of white members of the DA during their rallies elicited much response but none as racist as that from the party leader, Helen Zille, herself. And it must be said that within the barrage of
Beware the thrill of bombast and highfaluting promises
Faith Mangope -
The ruling party has appeared unfazed by the events of the past Saturday, which saw about 50000 Economic Freedom Fighters supporters gather at Mehlareng Stadium to hear their “commander-in-chief”, Julius Malema, deliver the party’s manifesto ahead of
Sustainable rural vision
Mtobeli Mxotwa -
When the rural development mandate was conceptualised by the government in 2009, it had a vision of creating social cohesion and prosperity among the poverty ravaged rural communities hence its rural development vision was that of vibrant, equitable
Voters’ freedom of choice
Frank Meintjies -
The manifestos released this week, as with most manifestos, have to be carefully read to understand what parties are likely to do and not do if they won the elections.
Conserving water is vital to SA’s mining sector
Mava Scott -
Water plays a strategically important role in terms of its contribution to the South African economy. The reliable supply of water in sufficient quantities and to the required quality is a critical input to the country’s economic growth and job creat
Catch ’em young, coaches
David Maimela -
The fact that South African football enjoys remarkable resources, abundant talent and the passionate support of the majority of South Africans, and yet it is unable to achieve satisfactory levels of success and competitiveness locally and internation
Substance abuse destroys the spirit
Faith Mazibuko -
The scourge of substance abuse in our communities is appalling. We are all affected by this monster directly or indirectly. You either know someone who has been affected within your circles or you are the victim of this heinous activity.
ANC remains a revolutionary party
Thandi Tobias-Pokolo -
The history of South African black people is captured adequately through the history of the ANC, over a century, the ANC has played and continues to play a critical role. The ANC remains the embodiment of the struggle for black African people, a dist
Israel will get tough with so-called ‘price taggers’
Dan Williams -
Last March, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched a crackdown on crimes that elsewhere might be shrugged off as ugly but sufferable mischief – racist graffiti, slashed tyres, hacked orchards and small-scale arson.
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